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Line of Duty under fire from viewers as fans call out glaring error



Line of Duty viewers have called out the BBC One anti corruption police drama over a glaring gaffe on Sunday evening.

Fans of the show spotted a huge camera blunder in a tense lift scene.

During a scene with Martin Compston, who plays DS Steve Arnott, fans spotted something in the reflection.

Steve had narrowly escaped a drug test after Ted Hastings, played by Adrian Dunbar, arranged one.

Steve was looking relieved in the lift after narrowly avoiding having to give a sample as AC12 squad members were tested.

But unfortunately, the camera man could be seen in the reflection.

“Cameraman spotted on Line of Duty in the lift!! #LineofDuty #LineofDuty6,” they wrote.

Line of Duty’s official Twitter page replied to the post with a gif of DCI Joanne Davidson (played by Kelly Macdonald) saying: “Sh*t sh*t sh*t.”

The new series of the police corruption show sees Vicky McClure, Adrian Dunbar, and Martin Compston reprising their roles, while Kelly Macdonald has joined the cast.

The show returned on March 21, with anti-corruption unit AC-12 investigating a new case regarding the senior officer in an unsolved murder case.

Line of Duty is airing each Sunday evening at 9pm on BBC One with episodes also available after they air via the BBC iPlayer streaming hub and platform.

The first episode of series six of Line Of Duty has become the most watched episode of drama since 2018.

Consolidated figures from audience research organisation Barb showed a total of 13.1 million viewers watched the programme.





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